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I have a 1997 argo with a kawasaki FD 620 watercooled .I think it is running to rich. How can I lean it out Thanks Pat

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  • patch281 Aug 22, 2010

    it is carb

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On an Argo 6x6 from 1997 the Kawasaki FD620 engine is fuel injected. If you think it's running rich then the only thing you can do is to check the airflow meter and the throttle sensors. If this doesn't work then you will gonna have to replace either the sensor on the injection unit.
If you're lucky and you have the Mikuni carb version the all you have to do is to adjust it - start by checking the fuel level in the bowk..

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Depending on the carbs, it does have carbs or is it fuel injected? My 94 had carbs on it. OK, if it has crabs, there is no adj, you have to buy a different jet, and have it jetted, your high speed jet will have a different diameter or a different hole in it. There is a tiny difference but it make s a difference. If it is fuel injected, your computer should balance out the difference. No adj there. But you can play with the air intake, both carb and injected will change when you make a change in the intake, If you put on an after market air filter, or exhaust, it will screw everything up. Try taking a piece of heavy stock paper and cut it to fit the air filter, then cut out the middle. Try it and see what happens. You won't believe the difference. If it is burning rich, does it backfire, burn your eyes? What? Check it out, hope this helps.

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